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Indian Supreme Court Takes Too Long on Crypto Case – Another Exchange Shuts Down

The inaction of India’s supreme court to end the prolonged banking restriction has forced another cryptocurrency exchange to shut down. The exchange has given its users 30 days to withdraw funds at increased fees, prompting several other exchanges to offer to refund these fees for customers switching to them. Also

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Mempool ‘Spam’ and Rising Fees: The Consequences of Veriblock’s Mainnet Launch

Last month the Veriblock testnet represented more than 30 percent of BTC’s network transactions but the project took a hiatus before launching the protocol’s mainnet. When the project stopped, the BTC network’s mempool dropped, transactions per day were cut in half, and fees slightly dipped. However, since the mainnet

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Revenues on the Mend: Bitcoin Miners’ Gross Margins Grew 39% in February

Mining operations that process SHA-256 coins like BTC and BCH saw revenues slashed due to the bear market lows at the end of 2018. Revenues continued to fall into the new year, but over the last few weeks, network hashrates have been climbing again. A report published on March

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Bitcoin’s Social Contract Must Be Resilient to the Whims of Future Generations

Over the last few years, infighting and different visions has led to significant divides within the Bitcoin community, weakening the network effects no matter which chain you support. With all the arguments about scaling, privacy, consensus changes and the various forks, it is amazing that these public networks are

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The Daily: Bitfinex Raises Fiat Withdrawal Fee, New Hardware Wallet Announced

Crypto exchange Bitfinex has raised the minimum fee for fiat currency bank wire withdrawals and we’ve covered the details in The Daily. We also look at a San Diego-based company’s new hardware cryptocurrency wallet and the decision of one of Portugal’s leading football clubs to issue its own token. Also read:

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